Ezra Pound

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United States writer who lived in Europe

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Gibson, Epic Reinvented: Ezra Pound and the Victorians, Ithaca N.
Richard Parker's "Louis Zukofsky's American Zen" offers a similarly complicated and well-documented account of Zukofsky's interest in Asian aesthetics both by way and in spite of Ezra Pound, while Christine Froula's "Prousts China" draws out a very specific notion of Chinas "high craft" (and Asian "techne") that found its way into A la Recherche du Temps Perdu through the orientalist visual culture of Johannes Vermeer, and made important contributions to Prousts notion of temporality and writerly technique.
Ezra Pound continued to be interested in Noh after the publication of "Noh", or, Accomplishment in 1916, and was driven by the admiration for Noh as an aesthetic-ethical paragon, which he wished to disseminate in the West through film with the hope to prevent a world conflict that would have jeopardized the cultural preservation of its tradition.
Pound published the following two edited collections containing some of Fenollosa's translations: Ezra Pound and Ernest Fenollosa's 'Noh' or Accomplishment, A Study of the Classical Stage of Japan (New York: Knopf, 1917) and The Classic Noh Theatre of Japan (Ed.
In September 1918, Ezra Pound opened a short article on '"[s]ob-stuff" on the cinema' with the remark that
To attest this assertion, a rather small section of The Cantos, a clearly Modernist work, if not its best representative, by one of the best, if not the best, spokesmen of Modernist writing, namely Ezra Pound, is discussed here in an attempt to identify its didactic, prescriptive, and hence its anti-Modernist attributes.
Throughout their works, authors like Henry David Thoreau, Ezra Pound and Hunter S.
That's when Charles told me he had read Ezra Pound all through his two-year stay in Italy during his time in the service.
Read James Joyce and Ezra Pound to see what I mean.
Ezra Pound, Hart Crane, Alain-Fournier and James Joyce were just a few of the others.
Ernest Hemingway and Ezra Pound shared a background in and an enthusiasm for the "Agassiz method" of scientific observation.
Moody's credo involves his respect for the man's literary accomplishment and his undeniable pity for Pound's monstrous ideological failure: "There is a great deal more to the full story of Ezra Pound than is allowed for in the received ideas which would make of him simply an outcast or an icon, or both.
Among the authors who will be featured in the collection are Langston Hughes, Charles Olson, Ezra Pound,Wallace Stevens, Jean Toomer, and William Carlos Williams.
Of all non-Asian figures in twentieth-century American literature, Ezra Pound (1885-1972) had the most overt relation to China.
El mal lenguaje trae mal gobierno, dijo Ezra Pound.